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Luther Cantata for SATB Vol. 26

Luther Cantata Seven Movements Based on the Hymns of Martin Luther (SATB) 7 movements: choruses, chorales, and solos Arranged by Barbara Harbach; translation by Jonathan Yordy; text and melodies by Martin Luther. Our God is Like a Fortress Strong (chorus) • Chorale on...

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Many Thousands Gone for SATB, Flute, Cello, and Piano

While writing Freedom Suite for string orchestra which was inspired by the empathy I felt for Harriet and Dred Scott, I was standing on the steps of the St. Louis Courthouse and thought of the many thousands that had stood there and been sold at auction.  Many...

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Mexican Composers for the Organ, Vol. 2

This is second volume of our highly acclaimed series on Mexican composers. It includes a lively processional in E-minor and a chaconne which builds to a thrilling climax rhythmically and registrationally. Providing a nice contrast to these is Aspiración, a work more...

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Mexican Composers for the Organ, Vol. 3

This volume showcases a unique father and son combination of talents. Alfonso de Elías (1902-1984) was perhaps the last composer of the Mexican Romantic tradition. His Sonata and Interludio are examples of his characteristic chromaticism and rich harmonies. Manuel de...

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Mexican Composers for the Organ, Vol. 4

We continue our acclaimed Mexican Composers series with another edition of the appealing works of Ramón Noble. This edition also welcomes Rossina Gómez as editor of the series. Included are the three-part bravura Toccata a Pedal built on Mexican folk tunes, and Danza...

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Mexican Composers for the Organ, Vol. I

Well-known performer James Welch has edited this volume of some of Mexico's finest organ music. Volume 1 includes works by Ramón Noble. Toccatina is flashy, yet moderately easy. La Bamba from "Triptico Mexicano" is a fun piece that features the well-known folk (and...

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Mischances of Life for Orchestra

From Harbach’s opera O Pioneers! – the first movement of Mischances of Life for Orchestra, I. In the Cold, in the Deep, in the Dark is the dark place where one retreats after a horrendous tragedy occurs.  Alexandra begins to contemplate her feelings after the death of...

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Moon Thoughts: Five Pieces for Solo Piano

Stephen Gryc was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1949. He received his professional training at the University of Michigan, earning his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 1983. He has studied composition with William Albright, Leslie Bassett and William Bokom. He is...

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Negro Dance for Solo Piano

Nora Douglas Holt was born in Kansas City, Kansas in 1885, and died in Los Angeles in 1974. During her long and productive life, she was well known as a musician, journalist, and music critic. She was the first African American to earn a master's degree in music...

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Night Soundings for Orchestra, Symphony No. 6

Cloak of Darkness is the hour of the wolf, between night and light, just before the dawn awakens. It is believed to be the time when demons have intensified power, our nightmares are the most real, and the sleepless are haunted by their deepest fears. The only reality...

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